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Must admit i do like the RFH.........nice concert hall and a good big bar area to relax in have a drink and chat. 8)
Not been there since the refurb but i should imagine its been wothwhile.


I had a look in there before going to the QEH...not that much different, bar the shops have been removed


Oh well,at least the bar is still there :wink: :wink:

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The TEU in Eindhoven was an excellent venue, but as Andy pointed out if you were in the first 12 or so rows you got a strained neck.

The Alter Oper is on another level completely ! possibly the greatest venue for a concert Ive ever attended. :)


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The TEU in Eindhoven was an excellent venue, but as Andy pointed out if you were in the first 12 or so rows you got a strained neck.

The Alter Oper is on another level completely ! possibly the greatest venue for a concert Ive ever attended. :)


The Alte Oper was indeed an exceptional building IMHO 8) 8) :D

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The TEU in Eindhoven was an excellent venue, but as Andy pointed out if you were in the first 12 or so rows you got a strained neck.

The Alter Oper is on another level completely ! possibly the greatest venue for a concert Ive ever attended. :)


The Alte Oper was indeed an exceptional building IMHO 8) 8) :D


can we get it moved to Cardiff? it's not much to ask

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The TEU in Eindhoven was an excellent venue, but as Andy pointed out if you were in the first 12 or so rows you got a strained neck.

The Alter Oper is on another level completely ! possibly the greatest venue for a concert Ive ever attended. :)


The Alte Oper was indeed an exceptional building IMHO 8) 8) :D


can we get it moved to Cardiff? it's not much to ask


Should have thought about that last October, coul dhave brought a couple of bricks back each !


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The TEU in Eindhoven was an excellent venue, but as Andy pointed out if you were in the first 12 or so rows you got a strained neck.

The Alter Oper is on another level completely ! possibly the greatest venue for a concert Ive ever attended. :)


The Alte Oper was indeed an exceptional building IMHO 8) 8) :D


can we get it moved to Cardiff? it's not much to ask


As i said before "St David's Hall" in Cardiff is NO Alte Oper but would suit TD down to the ground.......PERFECT venue in every which way and they have not been here since 1976 :idea: :wink: :idea: :wink: :idea:

http://www.stdavidshallcardiff.co.uk/en ... boutus.asp

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The TEU in Eindhoven was an excellent venue, but as Andy pointed out if you were in the first 12 or so rows you got a strained neck.

The Alter Oper is on another level completely ! possibly the greatest venue for a concert Ive ever attended. :)


The Alte Oper was indeed an exceptional building IMHO 8) 8) :D


can we get it moved to Cardiff? it's not much to ask


Should have thought about that last October, coul dhave brought a couple of bricks back each !


I would have thought we could have managed a statue through customs at least

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The TEU in Eindhoven was an excellent venue, but as Andy pointed out if you were in the first 12 or so rows you got a strained neck.

The Alter Oper is on another level completely ! possibly the greatest venue for a concert Ive ever attended. :)


The Alte Oper was indeed an exceptional building IMHO 8) 8) :D


can we get it moved to Cardiff? it's not much to ask


Should have thought about that last October, coul dhave brought a couple of bricks back each !


I would have thought we could have managed a statue through customs at least


It would have been the water from the fountain that would have caused mad panic at the airport !


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epsilon75 wrote:
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The TEU in Eindhoven was an excellent venue, but as Andy pointed out if you were in the first 12 or so rows you got a strained neck.

The Alter Oper is on another level completely ! possibly the greatest venue for a concert Ive ever attended. :)


The Alte Oper was indeed an exceptional building IMHO 8) 8) :D


can we get it moved to Cardiff? it's not much to ask


As i said before "St David's Hall" in Cardiff is NO Alte Oper but would suit TD down to the ground.......PERFECT venue in every which way and they have not been here since 1976 :idea: :wink: :idea: :wink: :idea:

http://www.stdavidshallcardiff.co.uk/en ... boutus.asp

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epsilon75 wrote:
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The TEU in Eindhoven was an excellent venue, but as Andy pointed out if you were in the first 12 or so rows you got a strained neck.

The Alter Oper is on another level completely ! possibly the greatest venue for a concert Ive ever attended. :)


The Alte Oper was indeed an exceptional building IMHO 8) 8) :D


can we get it moved to Cardiff? it's not much to ask


Should have thought about that last October, coul dhave brought a couple of bricks back each !


I would have thought we could have managed a statue through customs at least


It would have been the water from the fountain that would have caused mad panic at the airport !


isn't that just typical of your 'the fountain is half empty' attitude ;)

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The TEU in Eindhoven was an excellent venue, but as Andy pointed out if you were in the first 12 or so rows you got a strained neck.

The Alter Oper is on another level completely ! possibly the greatest venue for a concert Ive ever attended. :)


The Alte Oper was indeed an exceptional building IMHO 8) 8) :D


can we get it moved to Cardiff? it's not much to ask


As i said before "St David's Hall" in Cardiff is NO Alte Oper but would suit TD down to the ground.......PERFECT venue in every which way and they have not been here since 1976 :idea: :wink: :idea: :wink: :idea:

http://www.stdavidshallcardiff.co.uk/en ... boutus.asp

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totally agree I think St.Davids Hall would be an excellent venue for the Dream - How about it EF.


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totally agree I think St.Davids Hall would be an excellent venue for the Dream - How about it EF.

I've seen a few shows there and they've all been great. Everyone gets a good view of the stage and the acoustics are great.....


...plus it's just down the road from here.


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I fancy that either that or come to Birmingham Symphony Hall

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Any place that can't even spell the name of the acts appearing there deserves to be knocked down ;)

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